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Old 11 Dec 2012, 05:02 pm
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Default Problems with a 2005 Honda Accord?

I have a 2005 Honda accord 2 door coupe v6 engine. Recently tried to reset the factory radio and unhooked the positive rather then negative battery cable. After doing such it will not start again, and on the dash, three lights come on everytime, one for battery, one for catylitic converter, and other for oil. We just put a new battery on yesterday. When you put the key in it clicks one time and that is it. It will not do anything else. Also has a factory anti-theft system and after market alarm by Autopage. I have been told several things but tired of spending a crap load of money.

Choices I've been told:

Starter is bad Get a new one

Bypass Factory anti-theft.

Bad battery.

Ive changed batteries since so now I'm at a loss of where to go. Please advise me on what to do or check!
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Old 11 Dec 2012, 05:18 pm
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New main relay, you likely shorted it out.
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